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Sleep Timer lets you fall asleep to your favorite music. You simply start your music, and then set the countdown timer. At the end of the countdown, Sleep Timer softly fades your music out and stops it. Allowing you to get your precious sleep and stops your battery from draining. Listen to music while falling asleepSleep Timer softly lowers the volume and then turns your music off. It works just like a Sleep Timer on the stereo or TV. Use your favorite music player or even YouTube. Works with Google Play Music, TuneIn Radio, Spotify, YouTube and many many more. To verify whether it works with your favorite player, just download the app and try it out - it is free. Select how long you want the music to playOur intuitive and beautiful user interface allows you to effortlessly set the duration of the timer and start it. Create presets for your frequently used timersWith our presets, you can switch between standard timers with just one tapPrevent your battery from drainingAt the end of the timer, the music is stopped. to prevent your phone from playing music all night and draining the battery. For some apps, pausing the music does not work. In that case the phone volume will set to mute as a last resort. In this case, the music will continue playing. Shake to extend timerSometimes falling asleep is not that easy. Our shake to extend allows you to shake the phone to extend the duration of the timer, without you having to unlock your phone. Free versionThe free version contains adsPremium version (Available via in-app) Ad-freeBeautiful Widget for your homescreen Please try it with your favorite player before buying. You are welcome to join our beta forum, if you are interested in trying the newest Sleep Timer features before they are officially released. https://plus. google.com/communities/103722691842623837120Developed by Patrick Boos - http://pboos. chDesigned by Nordic Usability - http://nordicusability.com.
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Operating System Android
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